Ocean Tide

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Author House, Sep 9, 2011 - Poetry - 188 pages
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A poetic adventure through the tides of life. The poet captures his theme vividly under several sub headings; being nature, life, and man, as pertains his constant drive with inspiration. He analyses the poet being and political notions of life; specific tribute to the African race, with tranquil sober tunes; ending it superbly on a soft driving theme and universal appeal, being love and beauty of the unique natural priceless.
 

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The author, Dowell Oba is a dynamic Nigerian poet with enormous love for poetry furnished from constant harness of his potential in the beautiful line of creativity. He held a Bachelor of Arts and Education degree in English and Literature from the prestigious Nigerian university - University of Benin, Benin City, in the year 2009. Being an only son from an encouraging family of three sisters, he lives with his parents in Warri, Delta state, his home city in Niger Delta, Nigeria, where he occasionally writes spontaneously, exploring the genres of Literature in all its worth. His educational motivation stems from a quality foundation in Fizi Model School, Control Post, Owerri (1991-1998) and a secondary education in Premier Secondary School, Orji, Owerri (1998-2004). His famous poem "World Cup South Africa" was published in the World Cup edition of the ZAM Africa Magazine, Netherlands, during the 2010 World Cup season in South Africa.

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